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Fundamentals of Open Channel Flow.

By: Moglen, Glenn E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : CRC Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource (266 p.).ISBN: 9781466580077.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fundamentals of Open Channel FlowOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introductory Material; Chapter 2: Energy; Chapter 3: Momentum; Chapter 4: Friction and Uniform Flow; Chapter 5: Qualitative Gradually Varied Flow; Chapter 6: Quantitative Gradually Varied Flow; Chapter 7: Fundamentals of Sediment Transport; Appendix; Back Cover
Summary: Exposes You to Current Industry-Standard ToolsOpen channel flow is covered in essentially all civil and environmental engineering programs, usually by final-year undergraduate or graduate students studying water resources.Fundamentals of Open Channel Flow outlines current theory along with clear and fully solved examples that illustrate the concepts and are geared to a first course in open channel flow. It highlights the practical computational tools students can use to solve problems, such as spreadsheet applications and the HEC-RAS program. It assumes a foundation in fluid mechanics, then ad
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Cover; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introductory Material; Chapter 2: Energy; Chapter 3: Momentum; Chapter 4: Friction and Uniform Flow; Chapter 5: Qualitative Gradually Varied Flow; Chapter 6: Quantitative Gradually Varied Flow; Chapter 7: Fundamentals of Sediment Transport; Appendix; Back Cover

Exposes You to Current Industry-Standard ToolsOpen channel flow is covered in essentially all civil and environmental engineering programs, usually by final-year undergraduate or graduate students studying water resources.Fundamentals of Open Channel Flow outlines current theory along with clear and fully solved examples that illustrate the concepts and are geared to a first course in open channel flow. It highlights the practical computational tools students can use to solve problems, such as spreadsheet applications and the HEC-RAS program. It assumes a foundation in fluid mechanics, then ad

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<p>Glenn Moglen is a Research Hydrologist and Research Leader for the Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory (HRSL) of the Agricultural Research Service. He was formerly Professor at Virginia Tech and Director of the Occoquan Laboratory in Manassas, Virginia, USA. He has also worked as a Research Hydrologist at the National Weather Service, as an Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Maryland, and as a Visiting Hydrologist at the U.S. Geological Survey.</p>

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